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>> braeinging right now at 7:00, widespread devastation wildfires rage across california wine can'ty. death toll rising and residents and tourists writing to get out becaus it continues to take entire neighborhoods. >> and shot and killed by policeness florida, now big questions about what led up to this deadly altercation. live in prince george county. >> also harvey weinstein getting unexpected support and coming up under fire. >> plus spring break reduce todd four day week. school in session on the jewish holiday. one maryland county grappling how to fit it all in and big changes tots family calendar would number store. >> a live look outside. great start to the day. clouds parting. lots of sun.
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but there's live look outside on tuesday morning. october 10. >> let's get a quick check of weather and traffic. itemer and aaron standing is by for that. good morning. >> allison beautiful out. there sunrise this morning 7 7:13. a warm and humid started. hot this time of year. details on one more steamy forecast. erin. >> 7:01 right now and we have delays on 14 street bridge because of volume and deal with crash on 66 eastbound sultly road and slow drive times in maryland. at least metro is on time allison and steph. >> new developmenting overnight if you -- right now we know ten deaths were acontributed to the fires. more than 100 people are missing. >> tlaimentz climbing
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there's nothing left there. >> steps of thousands of people try to owe vaciate ut and they're running for their lives. >> steve, allison. widespread devastation is broing by minute. several countys in northern california are understate of emergency this morning and widespread evacuations are underway. >> fast moving gaedly weld fires are burning way through california. more than a dozen fires broke out simultaneously sending crews scrambling and many fires are not small. these photos from nasa give you an idea. the smoke clearly visible from space. statewide more than 1600 moemz homes and businesses destroyed and den lives looingts. looking at fire damage it's not hard to see why so iny mandatory evacuations orders are in place. john graivrz and family used to live one of those piles in sonoma. >> it will be a lot
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getting it back. >> nearby nap aeven a local hilton hotel started to catch fire. vice-president pence the federal government stands ready to provide any and all assistance to the state of california. more than 100,000 people without power in two county alone. that number is expected to rise along with amount of deaths and damaged homes. and businesses. allison. >> totally devastating. maureen, thank you very much. developing over night in te texas. lockdown now lifted at one of the state's largest college campuses this happened after a student shot and killed a texas tech university police officer inside the campus police station. a student was brought there after drugs were found in his room. while at the station
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officers. they oak of. the suspect was lighter captured. >> and learning more about a woman in prince george country shot and killed by miami beach police officer over the weekend. >> carriann hi th ho in live in the newsroom with the story of carriann. >> good morning, guys this is her neighborhood and her parents lived here a long time and dad spent a career in navy and they run a home health care business here. them miami beach say over the weekend it was really just a terribly chaotic scene. they heard the cash crashes and gun shots and then the people screaming and running but we don't know what caused this young woman to allegedly lose control of her car. let's show you aftrmath here. this is sunday around 6 p.m. it
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ocean drive in town down miami beach. 22-year-old carinaa was dr drivening a black bmw when it it another car and then a second on lincoln drive and drove off again speeting away from that crash and vehicle tired at the bmw struinging. >> she rear ended it. after she rear ended it she drove off and again drove off and ran offer a police officer and after that shots were fired. >> i heard five gun shots and saw pigeons playing way and a crash. >> cariann was taken to the hospital. cpr was performed on the scene first. she could not be saved. the injured officer was transported to the hospital we're told he is in stable condition now we have video of
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cariann three years ago in hamilton university civility class and she transferred to temple in 2017 maiminging in political science and philosophy. her linked in profile says she attended sem arizona with prince squorm county. there was also a passenger in the car and we can it will you that police say that map was interviewed and has been released. local media reporting that cariann was in town to celebrate her birthday and at this point, miami-dade police say that the officer who discharged his service weapon is on leave until outcome of the investigation. live in buoy i'm melanie alnwick. "fox5 local news". >> well, thanks very much. 7:06 now tuck is back with us now. as we are going to get to weather in a minute. meantime let's take a look at what is happening also in the area. in montgomery county a firefighter going to the hospital after battling garage fire in concernsing ton. earlier this mor
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view avenue and fortunately that firefighter injury not considered serious. let's get to chucker with a check on the forecast. >> another summary day ahead mid 780. >> no rain. >> 6. >> there might be a quick sprinkle that would be worst of. it we'll have clouds today. >> i don't know if you saw the live shot. >> and humidity. >> our old front front. >> i don't want to sell it look a comfortable fall afternoon but not as oppressive as yesterday. yesterday was extraordinary. we had heat index numbers in the 90s yesterday when you mixing in humidity. it was all that tropical air associated with nate. today, more october warmth again back into the 80s this afternoon and cool are by tomorrow this is last of this uncomfortablele air or unconditionable air how about that? >> that sounds better. >> reagan national 7. 60s dulles and bwi marshall. weak front working through overnight and that brings dew point, humidity down a little this afternoon. we will have clouds around. anymore
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again temperature will be 15 above normal. >> great way to watch baseball. >> it will be okay tuck. >> it better be. >> if not i'm not coming to work tomorrow. >> if you don't want to work i'm not coming to work. >> is steve is doing the whole thing. >> if you don't come i won't come. >> alley heard was pajama day. all right. 7:08 now. we have a crash d.c. police traffic letting us know northbound side 295 laboratory road checking to see what lanes are blocked out. there we is i abit of slow down from bottle of beltway toy laugh torrey road and inner branch avenue to 295 heavier traffic has a minute part of the left lane was blocked and looksing confined to shoulter
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4 minute trip sutly to bel beltway. fak thor extra time here. we had this crash for a little while. 7 eastbound before the dulles told road trying to clear heavier traffic we have all laipdz southbound between little river and john mar drive. upper loop through braddock packed up as well with. past little river turnpike and tap of brakes with heavier volume. look at your commute. am camera behind me outer loop new hampshire avenue. 95 to the spur. improved a lot since earlier construction cleared from the beltway to new york avenue i believe is it. >> it's not heavy as long as you page your way to the capitol. 30
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ton as well. all metro rail lines on time, allison and steve. >> prince george county now where a man is accuse of setting pregnant girl friend's apartment on fire will be in court today. la queen phillips has preliminary nary hearing 9 a.m. phillips is currently charged with attempted 1st and second degree murder and arson charges for the september 6 incident. he's currently held without bond. as for the man's girl friend she was city iing lick injured and forts todd deliver her baby irrelevantly. >> enterle those tlaez were made in controversial gaming app and no criminal tral charges were find. a crime was not committed accord tolinger vir law. it's not sitting well with some parents, though. this is my community those are my kids it should not be okay with with anyone. especially lawmakers. there needs to be arrest. we need to send a
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these children need to be arrested this is skon spirscy to commit a felony and anything less than arrests of these children is gross miss justice. >> it's not the first case of kiber bulling and they're taking action and writing let'sers to congressional hereers but the lal can renrement these types of acts. >> governor larry hogan's executive order to start cool after labor day. anjali hemphill is live from montgomery player high school in silver ving. this morning with latest details could be big change anjali, good morning. >> there could be. good morning, guys, you remember that mandate by the governor was all too not only help boost tour ixts in after labor day and closed by june sa. now as a tra
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straple could figure out cool money character. they're losing top other other on second. >> they're looking to come up with next year's school dalner so today the school board will meet to discuss several openings on the table in order to fit the school year into that new criteria. and i'll basingly breakdown the headlines here one of the ones is spring break could be shortened in montgomery county. and time off jewish holidays could be in jeopardy. and third option could be that teacher work days could be eliminated. those are work days usually before the school start where teachers get ready for school year. those are very important as well. >> state laws
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get an 180 schoolier and that include three cool days. new in that criteria would short ep cost a couple days into one weekend or one of the other options is for first time in 40 years jewish holidays like rash ashap aand yom kippur could be tape off now we're worried about absences on holidays and hard to plan vacation. today school board will talk about that. they have set up a web site at montgomery county schools where you can put your input in. they doe want to hear from public to talk one of several openings they provided or come one new one. of course, guys this will be an issue every school district throughout the state. it will be interesting to see what they come up with and of course they're lacking for public up put. that's
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that's latest in silver spring, anjali hemphill, "fox5 local news". >> 7:1 now fashion designer donna karan. >> a new news timeline of how the crisis id you can't have this frenchie. sam just snagged it from homegoods. it reminds him of bennie. only quieter. you can't have this frenchie. but new finds are always arriving. so you can find something so you, for less. at homegoods.
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what can you do with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 from dunkin'? settle a debt. make a friend. save the day. or keep 'em both for this handsome devil. with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 the future is in your hands. america runs on dunkin'. >> let's talk baseball now. do or die time for washington nationals today in chicago. what a game for matt scherzer yesterday unfortunately that's the highlight. it as i elimination day today. he gave up one hit in innings took no hitter into the 7th inning. that drives in one you run
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then anthony rizzo has a signal coming up that's the one that died it. and then there's the one. that is doger. and look it's a little bloop. three players with a chance and drops right in middle of all of them. and there's game winner. right there. and i game four tonight at 5:38, jake on the mound for cubs. tanner row arch for national sfwlz glot nats. >> got get done. i know that look and feeling tuck it's not over yet. >> we knew it would would happen that's the thing i don't want to know what will happen but we knew what would happen. >> there's shop. >> all right. steve. okay. i'm not giving up hope you did yeah you did i can see it. >> i'm not, 73 washington. wavrm a.m. humid for us
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they skipped fall all out w west. right to denver. 9. they have winter storm warping and several inches of of snow. it's big trough to west and big ridge or southerly flow here and all that tropical moisture moved through yesterday gaveing us warm tempsen and humidity not much of change in air mass today. >> we have a weak cold front. still on the warm site. we'll keep it dry 4. showers back tomorrow with a front that will be we'll bring cooler air wednesday, thu thursday, friday. >> erin. >> maybe you can make the nationals win say something magical. >> they're going to win. >> i thought that sand sounded math call. putting universe.
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laboratory road. you can see in the camera norm of 45 completely parked. right now it's about 15 minute delay to get from beltway to 11 street bridge. d.c. police traffic updating us and camera getting blurry. want to let you know laboratory road owe left lane brokdz completely paralleled ow there. 66 eastbound a crash brocking left shoulder and lane. 43 minute ride now in the red zone 234 sutly road and to beltway. watch for that extra traffic. heavy. slow down pass that crash scene. also 95 the camera behind us on northbound side ar garrison road stafford, 17 to quantico 3 minuteide and dale daley to beltway 36 minute trim we're until the zone now. heavier traffic building as you pass the key bridge rosalyn to georgetown and as we take a water main break avoids the road.
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all metros on time, guys. >> in fairfax detectives spent hours on deadly mediterranean accident for the belvoir. who business were on the road the car that hit her. the las vegas shooting it is raising questions of how the hotel handled crisis. turns out mandalay bay security guard was first person that stephen paddock shot from outside of his room six minutes before the massacre. last week police had said that guard whose namesome jesus campos was shot. he reported to hotel security he was shot. that information never made it to police. meanwhile authorities acknowledge they are still at a loss when it comes to establishing a motive. >> new this morning. fashion designer donna karan clarifying comments she made coming
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coming to defense of weinstein. >> he was fired from his own company amid dozens of accusations of sex sewell assault and harassment. holly morris joins us with the latest own this scandal. >> every sing isle thing is taken to task and so is the case here with diaper donna karan she's a close friend of havby weinsteins and yesterday started twitter fire storm after coming to his defense. karan told the daily mail on red carpet interview saying the victims may be to blame she said "i don't think it's only havsh ci weinstein, we have to look at our world and how women are dressing and what they're asking by just presenting themselves the way they do. what are they asking for? trouble? " karan is spacing widespread backlash offer the comments this after dozens in hollywood came out with accusations against weinstein one was rose mc you go an she lashed out on
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karan saying "you are deplorable aiding aabetting is a moral crime you're scum in a fancy dress ." well, today, donna karan clarified earlier comments and says they were taken out of context. and she is truly sorry for anyone who was offended. you know when i saw this it reminded me late 80s is accused with jody foster you see that i think she won an oscar for that. that's all about how she was dressed in a bar was she asking for it? >> rain culture. >> it's rain culture. >> in my opinion an some won't agree, donna karan ace attitude is part of the problem. right? and it goes back to what i feel like i was taught in high school you know no one asked for it no one deserves it and no means no. >> you should be able to -- yeah. it's rain culture. yeah. all right. holly thank you very much. a appreciate. it president donald trump is busy on twitter this morning already tweet
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>> once again talking about nfl, immigration and healthcare. we'll have more on all of that coming up at 7:30. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad. narrator: ed gillespie wants to end a woman's right to choose. ed gillespie would put the government in charge of a woman's personal decisions, not women and their doctors. as governor, ed gillespie says, i would like to see abortion be banned. if ed gillespie would like to see abortion banned, i would like to see i would like to see i would like to see that ed gillespie never becomes governor. at children's national, stronger is caring for a baby's heart in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. and a future when prenatal pediatrics leads to healthier children. it's being the number one
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thank you mark herring, for taking this seriously, and for making this a priority, for all of the victims out there. mark: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. >> 7:25 president trump reelection campaign using anthem controversy over the nfl gim raise money n email trump campaign seeking donations over vice-president
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the nfl game early. some of the nfl players did not stand during the anthem. trump campaign sent emails saying you can donate 5 or more to show support and you'll get i stand for the flag sticker. >> there you go. >> tucker barnes good morning. >> 73 this morning in washington. got clouds throughout early. winds north, northeast at 3. earlier had norm west wind good news we're trying to get humidity out of here. warm day today. nothing really knocking heat and humidity out any time soon. we have a weak little front. i don't know why i'm positioned this way. dropping down through central virginia and that should bring humidity levels down a little bit for you. minimum of clouds and sun and we keep it hot this time of year. should be 70. we'll be 84. clouds stake around, wednesday, thursday, friday, clouds in the forecast.
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one more real warm day and we'll warm up the weekend as well but we get relief tomorrow. >> hey i was talking about how it felt nice to sleep in monday morning, well, unfortunately anybody heading out on 66 eastbound didn't get a lot of extra sleep because of this bad traffic. crash blocked left shoulder and lane fire accident approaching accident scene. looks like four cars pulled over can see a lot of smash in front ends there. 234 to beltway and in maryland a lot of slow down. i can say outer loop getting worse of it in college park. keep it to "fox5". metro is on time. we'll be right
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you're looking at traffic troubles out there. this is a look at 66 eastbound at sudley road. traffic getting by. a little trouble there on the inbound. you see the emergency vehicles. but traffic is getting by. erin will be along shortly on the 5's with tucker with your weather and traffic. help you get around that little bit faster perhaps. 7:30 right now. here's a look at the top stories we're following for you this morning. man just devastation out in california. ten people are dead. more than 100 are missing or unaccoaccounted in a zero receis wildfires. now 15 fires are currently burning in eight counties across the state. ststate of emergency has been declared overnight. >> young woman from our area was shot by miami beach police officer over the weekend. miami police say 22-year-old carianne high thon from bowie crashed her car into another car then drove off hitting another vehicle. now police arrived they say she tried to drive off again this time hitting
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officer. that's when the officer fired at her. that officer is placed on leave. steve, over to you. al, thank you very much. 7:30. let's look at the morning briefing right now. it has already been a very busy morning for the president on twitter. let's say he's tack the nfl, jamill hill, espn, congress and democrats before 7:00 a.m. he started with the nfl tweeting why is the nfl getting massive tax breaks while at the same time disrespecting our anthem, flag and country change tax law. then it was on to immigration with this. problem with the green to policy on immigration the democrats don't want secure borders. they don't care about safety for usa. then the president went after health care tweeting since congress can't get its act together on health care, i will be using the power of the pen to give great health care to many people fast. and finally, wading into the covers with jamill hill sus suspended yesterday the president said with jamill hill at the mike it is no wonder
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rate having tanked. in fact tanked so badly it is the talk of the industry. that all happened between 6:30 and 6:45 this morning. the white house taking aim at past action on global warming. yesterday the administration announcing it was going to repeal emissions from power plants put in place by president obama. if it feels like president is rolling back more of his predecessor's actions than past presidents. is he. deads let's talk about with dave from axios. so much to wade through 7:30 in the morning. we'll start with that last question we had there. it seems this president is trying to roll back anything the former president did. is that too much out of the norm from what we've seen in the past with an administration a party change. >> biggest it's personal for trump right. he sort of got into politics by speaking out against obama. we had the birth they are issue. everything obama did was an over reach of power. was going in the wrong dire direction. and so we've reported that actually when somebody in his administration proposes something he'll say it wasas
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that an obama rule if it was he's more likely to say let's get rid of there's a personal motivation there. it has happened in the past. president obama came in and took away some of the mandates the bush administration had put in place. you don't feel that was per personal. little different this time around. >> for obama he did run against bush's legacy. that was a big part of his campaign 2008 we'll make a clean break from the past eight years. once he got in he certainly didn't make a point of saying this was a push thing and we're going wipe it out. they had very different views of american politics and so it's always going to happen when republicans replaces a democrat, democrat replaces a republican they go in opposite directions. i think it's less of let's wipe thing out specifically because the past administration. >> the tag line for this movie this time it's personal. >> that's right exactly. >> unfortunately. let's talk about some of the specifics now. climate change has been a big issue right now. climate issues have been big issue. the
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lot of attention. now we're back on to that climate change -- climate train i should say. >> exactly. so this was a big obama legacy prove. 2015 he said, you know, we're going to finally take big action on climate change. this had to do with reducing emissions from power plants. he went out to glacier in alaska and gave a big -- he women out with bear grylls the survivor guy and started talking about, you know, this is when we're final going to take action on climate change and now trump is -- his administration is p planning to if they can basically wipe out that move. >> so let me try to put this into bigger picture before we get to this morning's tweets. the president might say that again but now congress, what's congress' take on this. is the president able to work with congress because after the bob corker incident over the weekend, it seems like now it's not just workings with democrats that might be strained but workings with the republican faithful who are there. i get the president wanted to things his own way but can you really do something your own
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against everybody else who is working in washington from either party? >> one example of this is trump's budget was, you know, huge slashes across the board except for the military and then congress stepped in and said we're not going to do that. so they're definitely not going along with everything that trump says he has not many personal relationships on the hill bob corker was something he got along with pretty well for awhile. that's now gone away, and so, yeah, that relationship is severed or severing. >> do you think that bob corker because he's on his way out is speaking just for himself or does he now green lighting for other established republicans now saying, i know you guys can't say anything because you still have to work witness president but i don't have to so i'm going to speak on your behalf. ? is it that type of situation. >> he said it is. he said in the new york city interview, i think trump is dangerous. i think he's hurting u.s. interests and so do most of my republican colleagues in the senate. it's not exactly a, you know, a movement that's going to grow very quickly w
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graham criticized trump in the past yesterday go golfing with him and say trump shot a 73. what great player he is. not everybody is willing to take corker stance. >> let's talk about the tweets we already had the president this morning and mentioned he's going after this morning before 7:00 a.m. democrats, the congress, espn, tack issues. what sticks today? what are we going to be talking about the rest of the day today. >> i thought the most interesting thing that he tweeted the health care move. he said in the past that when obama had the pen and phone strategy congress won't pass what i want i'm going to do it myself, he was, you know, very actively opposed to that. now he's saying the same thing on health care. he can't obviously repeal and replace obamacare on his own there are things deck with the margins that could have a pretty big impact. >> that's the wait and see factor for now. we shall see what happens. dave thanks for joining us from axios. it is 7:36 right now. tucker turn things over to you. >> steve, another unseasonably warm day. in fact we'll be right back in
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afternoon. with corresponding humidity that does not feel like october. >> pardon me, allison. 73 now in washington. 73 -- 74 in richmond. sticky out there early and again we're looking at a mix of clouds and sun across the area. the rain showers out to the west i want to mention quick film could be showers around this afternoon in chicago for the nats cubs game just in time for the game. it looks like the showers move in. for us we'll be looking at again another very warm day. and weak front moving through. hoping that brings us a little bit of relief as far as the humidity. but that will be the best that we can expect today. as we get into tomorrow cooler temperatures arrive. 84 today and you can see your cooler temperatures bite middle of the week. we got showers back in the forecast by tomorrow afternoon. okay. erin is back and she's having fun on her roads. >> my goodness, tucker it's a busy tuesday morning. dulles toll road eastbound after fairfax county parkway we have a
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delays into reston this morning. cautious there. dealing with this crash blocking the left shoulder involving at least four cars. to get from sudley road to the beltway it will take you 50 minutes very heavy traffic leading through centreville as well. as we move things over to the bottom side of the beltway we have the outer loop looks good but in your opinion typical delays from branch avenue to the wilson bridge right now and 295 northbound we have a crash it's blocking the left lane by lavatory road. look at that parking lot from the beltway to past lavatory road about 15 minute delay. so watch out for those slow downs us a try to get toward the 11th street bridge. aside from that one, 97 has been backed up northbound in annapolis all morning you can see how bad that traffic is. leading towards three and because of an earlier truck fire clean up. be prepared as you head out in annapolis for that. taking a look at maryland ma majors. 37 minute from 121 to 370. small amount of 270 taking large amount of time because of congestion. outer loop has crawled to 45 minute trip from 95 to the spur. camera behind us is the outer loop by colesville road
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clinton ten minute trip to get from 301 to short cut road. keep it to fox5. more, news, weather, traffic in a few. a few. what can you do with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 from dunkin'? settle a debt. make a friend. save the day. or keep 'em both for this handsome devil. with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 the future is in your hands. america runs on dunkin'.
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google ads to help influence the 2016 election. those reports say google found out while considering whether to testify before congress next month. facebook and twitter have already agreed to testify. u.s. intelligence agencies claim russian president vladimir putin was behind a diss information campaign to help president trump within the election. >> netflix announce it is raising its prices. hulu hoping to attract new users by dropping its prices. the streaming service is offering discount on its entry level monthly membership limited time hulu will offer new and rhee returning users a 5.99 per month deal which is lower than the usual 7.99 price. you have until january to get in on it. >> take advantage of it starbucks rolling out the second season of its up standards documentary series the series offers inspiration profiles of every day americans. it debuted last fall. c he o says the series isn't about selling coffee and promoting the brand. he and co producers want to elevate the national conversation on topics such as opioid crisis, race, refugees in america and poverty. >> do you not
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♪ 7:45. just an hour and 15 minutes away from good day dc. what's on the guest list today, al, or i should say whom is on the guest list. >> kevin mccarthy has really awesome assignments he's sharing with us. one is with -- look at chris hemsworth. he is the dreamy yesterday. >> keep it moving. >> oh. any way, they're going talk about his latest thor movie. you know he cut his hair for it guys. >> is that right? >> um-hmm. >> tck. >> you know an awful lot about this fella. >> sure do. kevin will be live with some of the walking dead. they are in town and we'll share the special reason why. >> that's very casm coming up the sounds of the band shade. they are performing live in the loft, and it is national cake decorating day. since we fail every time we try to decorate the cake we're bring the pros from pro cakes. they're share simple tricks with us for you we shall all end join decorating. >> isn't a bit of a stretch national cake decorating
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days. >> i know. that seems a little -- >> national do this with your hand day. >> right. >> crayon day. >> i mean -- i get it. everybody wants a day. >> he only likes hug a weather caster day. i do -- >> let's make that it day. >> it should be every day. >> i feel better. >> i like how tucker closes his eyes when he goes in for a hug. >> he's the sweetest. >> he was in the moment. >> let's go to the forecast. >> amazing. >> thank you. >> um-hmm. >> more october warmth. >> steve i'm not prickly. >> no, no. i like the warmth that it brings to -- >> he's sincere. >> to all of you. >> give our viewers hugs when i see them out. >> i know do you, tuck. more october warmth. hey we are going to be in the 80s again today. so might want to consider the shorts again this afternoon if you can pull it off at work. 73 now in washington. 73 in annapolis. very mild start, very humid start as well with our dew point temperatures which haven't really had a chance to fall back yet still in the low 70s the air mighty uncomfortable i do want to mention notice the dew points here are in
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get some slightly drier air in. we've got a front that's kind of fading -- it's falling apart but fading slowly to the south and west. it's trying to pull down slightly more comfortable air. so i don't think it will feel quiet as oppressive as yesterday. heat index yesterday well into the 90 in some spots. it will be a warm one day. unseasonably warm. our temperatures about 15 degrees above normal. we'll be in the low to mid 80s and a mix of clouds and sun. we got sun out there at the moment we'll get clouds building in this afternoon as that front is is stuck across our region. we won't get much in the way of rain. we might get a sprinkle. future cast driving a few sprinkles up to the north. lonesome sprinkle this afte afternoon. it does fill in the clouds later today. unseasonably warm. tomorrow we are going to have showers around particularly later tomorrow morning, tomorrow afternoon as this front kind of gets pushed back on top of us, and we'll have cooler temperatures around midweek as with with showers in the forecast at least scattered showers wednesday, thursday and friday. notice the
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the low 70s little more comfortable. not quite as steamy as it's been. you agree? >> i do agree. >> okay. >> 7:48. i was nodding but you can't see off camera. i need that second cup of coffee, tucker. right now we do have disabled vehicle. 295 on the southbound side it's right near benning roadblocking the right lane. you can see that delay 295 southbound. 13 minute trip from the split to d.c. 295 and maryland down to the 11th street bridge 50 inbound is slow 202 to 295 as well. flip it over to the other side of 295. super back up because of a crash by lavatory roadblocking the left lane you can see traffic is literally parked from the beltway to lavatory road about a 15 minute delay there. you can see it's going to take you 15 minutes to get from the beltway to the 11th street bridge. once you pass lavatory road things do open up. 395 dealing with some delays. outer loop crash blocking the shoulder outer loop just before the dulles toll road watch out for extra slow downs building there. and then also on the dulles toll road dli
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eastbound crash after fairfax county parkway. that's causing delays on fairfax county parkway and eastbound dulles toll road. watch for that. this crash scene still there blocking the left shoulder. tow truck on location. four cars involved 66 eastbound by sudley road. going to take you just under an hour to get from sudley road to the beltway this morning and take look at 395 northbound coming to the 14th street bridge. 37 minute trip from the beltway to the 14th street bridge a lot of heavy traffic in the main lanes especially gw parkway jams up from the beltway to spout run. heavy traffic from rosland into georgetown on the key bridge. all of your metro rail lines are on time. i'll let you know if anything else changes taking the wide view delays on the outer loop top side of the parkway in college park as well. >> it's 7:50. let's dive in topics that people are talking about this morning, and one includes prostitution. >> hmm. should d.c. decriminalize prostitution. >> our girl sarah hey fraser is here. >> are we empowered by women chea
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topics. prostitution and cheating. >> every tuesday. >> is d.c. really considering this. >> so council member david grosso who you know is -- has very interesting theories. >> yes. >> he is now saying and wants to propose that d.c. decriminalize prostitution. what do you guys think about this. >> how big of a problem is it? >> well, that's a great que question. >> i know the issue with decriminalizing marijuana lost people were put in jail and held there for long periods of time and used that as argument let's ease up the court size by did he criminalizing so we don't have to do that. what's the issue with prostitution. >> articles i read and you are well versed as well, but it seems as though in general prostitution in d.c. is declining. but this is really for the women who seem to be prosecuted more and this is about focusing on their health and allowing them to do this if prostitution is the way that they're making money, you know, having sex with other consensual adults. but giving them the proper health
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safety, so it seems like it's more of a health issue than it is like -- i don't think prostitution is an epidemic any more in the district. you know what i'm saying. >> right, right, right. >> so in that regard, what do you guys think? >> well, it's just hard to legislation -- not legislate. it's hard to follow through in my opinion on keeping women w working women safe. do you know what i mean. >> right. >> you go away. like are you going to monitor that? i do think that there should be equal penalties for the johns and the prostitutes. >> yeah. >> i do if we're going to do that. but i feel like it's so comlicated trying to carry it all the way through. but i understand. like, this is a victim less crime until it's not. >> right. >> until someone gets hurt or until somebody takes it too far and that's usually crimes against women. so i really have to really think about it without just saying okay i'm for it or against it i feel like it's going to happen. i feel like throwing somebody into jail who is a working girl. >> i
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>> without throwing the john in jail, too. so there are lots of layers to it. like criminal -- is it on this record? will it follow you everywhere. >> no, i think that it doesn't have to be so harsh a penalty though i don't know exactly how harsh. but it's on your record. >> i think sometimes in a situation -- >> but it's complicate. >> like this where there are multi layers to what it is but it is the law. proposals sometimes are made not expecting to actually change the law draw attention to the subject matter and perhaps that's what the councilman is doing. saying look, this is where the problem s these are the layers to this problem. >> right. if we can't legalize it then can we get help for people who feel like this is the path they're taking in life or whatever they might be. not to be attempt to decriminalize it to simply say this is the problem out. is there other help that can be done. >> it's complicated. >> i don't want people out there to be like it's not -- it's not criminal i'll go into this as way to make money. i feel like their options. >> right. >> there are lots of layers to it. talking about run aways
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this thing is complicating it does at need attention they're often forgotten this population working women, but it is very interesting. i like the conversation that it's sparking. >> me too. i'm all for it. >> i like the conversation it's sparking from councilman. >> what do you think. >> i think it should be decriminalizing. we have two consenting adults. they should have resources to help these women. i don't think anybody really choosing to into that lifestyle. >> right. >> but if you're in it, you know, you should have a safe place to go and honestly, police departments have limited resources. >> they're not driving around trying to arrest prostitutes and trying to prosecute john's is a waste of resources. >> i agree with that. >> i'm all for it. rethinking infidelity sanu book out talking about more women than ever are cheat nothing longer ashamed about it they're talking about it, and the whole premise behind this is that in marriages women are bore
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one man can sort of fit all their emotional and physical needs. what do you guys think? >> they're saying, well, hubby isn't doing this if i have to go out and find this -- side piece i'm going to do it? >> this book is so today's 98ing more women are staying married but they're having emotional and physical affairs. >> this is what men have done all the time. >> yeah. it's true. >> men's cheating rates have not increased since early 2000 sands. women have it's up 40%. >> who are these women who are like, yes, i did. i did cheat in 2015. >> is this a personal story, too. >> this is the author's research. >> how do people get -- >> retrethinking infidelity. more women are trying it. it's working they're staying in relationships and feeling more satisfied. >> they're probably in relationships with guys who are also cheating. we're both going to do our own thing. >> like an open marriage. >> that's kind of what it sounds like. you have more guys accepting their wife is cheating on them. >> don't think they're not going to
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>> both sides are doing their own thing. at that point why are they staying together. >> do you think you can be married haven't a physical and emotional affair. >> no. >> is it open. >> yeah. >> everybody knows? >> i mean the book was 50/50. some of the husbands know. some of the relationships were don't ask, don't tell. some of the women hadn't really told their husbands but told their girlfriends and other people. >> yeah. >> i think you're able to compartmental lies at the end of the day it's like, you're divide. >> i have so many questions about that. >> is marriage boring? >> are you asking me? >> less people are getting married than ever before. >> you get stories like that out that there might be less down the road. >> not right now any way. knock wood. >> here you go. >> thanks, phrase. >> you're welcome. >> they loves bringing provocative topics. >> tucker, what do you think. >> i try not to have opinions about most subject. >> smart. >> right allison. >> right. >> 74 in washington. mid 80s later today.
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take them out of the north we're trying to get the humidity out of here. i think it will be little more comfortable day although it will be very warm afternoon with highs in the mid 80s. kind of mix of cloud and sun. we got sunshine out there at the moment. we'll see some clouds this afternoon though and there might be a lyle sprinkle although anything we get should be very very light. better chances of rain showers tomorrow. notice cooler temperatures, wednesday, thursday, friday in the 70s. all righty. erin. >> got a new crash outer loop off ramp to arena drive. caution there. starting to see some backups building as you lead on the outer loop toward 50. 50 through bowie backing up toward the beltway jams 202 to past 295. new york avenue sluggish to bladensburg. southbound delay dealing with problems because of a crash southbound on 295. 13 minute trip from maryland down to the district because of a disable vehicle by benning road. we have a lot more crashes unfortunately to get through. keep it to fox5. we're going to be right back. ♪ ♪♪
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growing over what led to this deadly altercation. >> later a war of words between the trumps but this time it doesn't involve the president. how far first lady melania is responding to shade thrown by the president's former wife ivana. >> live look outside before we get to that shady business. if he degrees on this early tuesday morning. we'll have weather and traffic for you coming up on the 5's. ♪ first 8:00 learning more about young woman from prince george's county shot and killed by a miami beach police officer over the weekend. >> her name is carianne hithon and she's from bowie, mary. fox5's melanie alnwick joins us live in bowie with the details now. mel? >> reporter: well, steve and allison, behind me is the home where carianne hithon lived since she was three years old. i just finish speaking with her father. the family of course is devastated trying to make sense of the weekend's events. they tell us carianne was
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she was down there with a friend of hers who is also from the bowie area. and her father says she just really thinks that she panicked, perhaps had some kind of a mental health issue, but still trying to get more information from police, and be a strength really for his family here while everything seems to be falling apart. he told thus prince george's county police officers came here and visited the family yesterday morning and when they wouldn't tell him initial wal was going on, that's when he knew it was going to be very bad. this all happened sunday around sick p.m. it started around 12th street and ocean drive in downtown miami miami beach plea say 22-year-old carianne hithon of bowie was driving a black bmw when it crashed into another car. police say the bmw drove off and struck a second car on lincoln drive then drove off again speeding away from that crash. the bmw then struck a uniformed police officer. another miami beach police officer on the scene fired his service weapo
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striking carianne. her car came to stop after hitting another parked vehicle. >> she rear ended it, after she rear ended it she drove off. she actually drove off again and ran over a police officer and after that shots were fired. >> i heard five gunshots and i saw the pigeons all flying away and then a crash. >> reporter: now carianne hithon was taken to the hospital. cpr was performed on the scene as well. she cannot unfortunately be saved. the injured officer was also taken to the hospital and is in stable condition. now we're showing you video here of carianne three years ago in a hampton university civility class. she transferred to temple university just this year majoring in political science and philosophy. her linked in profile adds she participated in mentoring and leadership programs. now there was also a passenger in carianne's car i've seen video that shows him getting out at the scene of that second
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carianne's dad tells me he's a long-time friend of hers for about eight years from this area. he was questioned by police and released. the officer that fired the weapon is on administrative leave pending out come of the investigation but as we said it really is just a bewildering series of events for this family here in bowie still hoping to figure out what exactly their daughter was doing and why she would have fled two accidents and then all of this co coming h a sad end. live in bow week melanie alnwick fox5 local news. >> new developments overnight as we continue to keep close eye on the deadly wildfires in are burning in northern and now in southern california. at least ten people have been killed. more than 100 people are mis missing. >> the flames consuming home after home burning more than 1,000 homes to the ground entire neighborhoods wild out. napa one famed winery has nothing left. >> this as tens of thousands
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minutes to run for their lives. let's get the latest from maureen whose following the latest on the devastation. >> steve and allison several counties in northern california are under a state of emergency this morning and widespread evacuations are now underway. fast-moving deadly wildfires are burning their way through california. more than a dozen fires broke out almost simultaneously sending crews scrambling and many of those fires are not small. these photos from nasa give you an idea. the smoke clearly visible from space. more than 1600 homes and businesses have been destroyed. and at least ten lives lost. looking at the fire damage it's not hard to see why so many mandatory evacuation orders are in place. these piles of rubble were once hohomes. john graves and his family used to live in one of those piles in sonoma. >> been here 25 years. it was great neighborhood. it's going to be a lot of work getgetting it back. >> nearby in napa flames scorched through wine country devastating wineries and
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to the industry. even a local hilton hotel started to catch fire. vice-president mike pence vowed washington's full support during a visit to manufacturing facilities in sacramento. >> the federal government stands ready and to provide any and all assistance to the state of california. >> reporter: more than 100,000 people are without power in just two counties alone. that number is expected to rise along with the amount of deaths and damaged homes and businesses. steve, allison and tucker. >> maureen, thank you very much. >> tuck has been keeping a close on it because not his fascination of the environment and weather. you have a personal connection to that area. >> my mom lives in napa outside santa rosa unfortunately she was at ground zero of all that sunday night. >> right. >> you recognized those neighborhoods we've been showing. >> in fact i was just there a few weeks ago. you havely the fire still burning. about 11:30 at night her neighbors just banking her door down. we got to get out
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for some reason she didn't grab the family album she grabbed a comb and her shower cap. i'm not sure why and her two dogs and they hopped in the car and apparently it was just like literally hell on earth trying to like escape. they could see the orange glow of the fire coming over the ridge line. >> they tried to get to hotel to find comfort an place to stay. >> tried to get to a hotel and the police stopped them and said you can't go any further and it turn out the hotel burn to the ground. >> my gosh. >> hotel. like -- >> whole hotel burned to the ground. >> right. ultimately her home is -- >> so the fire got win about a hundred yards of her home, then, i guess the wind changed direction and bounced back and kind of went back on itself. >> incredible. she's like the ridge line is completely burned down to about 100 yards away from the house. >> where is she staying now. >> she's with a friend of a friend and it's one of these situations there's 20 people in house and they're all -- >> big group home now. >> unfortunately. all the hotels are booked and it's, from my understanding total chaos out there,
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with people just not knowing where to go and animals that are, you know, needing help and there are a lot of horses out there in that part of the world the horses don't have anywhere to go. >> devastating to seat pictures of end tear neighborhoods -- you said i think it best. tornado skips around and you see devastation and houses spared. neighborhoods just wiped out. >> the other thing she communicate to do me you don't understand how fast a fire can move until you're in something like that. like the fire was just ripping along -- 40, 50 miles an hour as the winds were blowing the fire was just jumping. >> not to mention the heat and the smoke. >> all of that. >> horrible. >> apparently it's been raining ash for the past two days. >> fortunately she's okay. >> she's fine. that's good the news. >> her property is okay right now. >> yeah. >> she still can't go back. >> family album is safe, tuck. >> we hope so. >> thank goodness. all those awkward pictures of you. >> really. >> yes exactly, city. i need those. we'll be in the mid 80s. more october warmth around here. good thing we little rain yesterday we were very try dry around here. we weren't at the same lel
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74 in washington. 60s dulles bwi marshall. looking at partly sunny day today and you know what, at 84 when the average item should be 70 i call that hot day. one more hot day and 70s tomorrow. cooler weather by tomorrow. >> clouds and sun. i think we'll keep it dry today, though. >> tucker thanks for sharing. that's pretty personal. we appreciate it. >> wish them the best. >> good morning. >> a lot of breaking news to get through. new crash new york avenue in northwest in the district at new jersey avenue. the outbound side is completely colored closed right now because of a crash. you can see metro bus just kind of parked up right there. and then the inbound side because traffic so heavy leading toward new jersey avenue in the mornings, we're seeing just miles of slow-moving traffic there again the outbound side completely blocked. keep up it dated on that crash in new york avenue in the district in northwest. outer loop a crash after colesville road there. he approaching? georgia avenue. 47 minute trip on the outer loop 95 to the spur. the crash by georgia avenue does block the shoulder. 66 eastbound i didn't get a
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crash in centreville by 28 adding to the delays. then there's always crash blocking the zebra stripe area on the outer loop before the dulles toll road heavier traffic there. also, dealing with a crash on the off ramp to recent in a drive from the outer loop and you can see that 50 inbound delay from 202 to 295 as well. 295 southbound really jams up. we earlier disable vehicle out by benning road that's still there. keep it to the left. 14 minute trip as you head to the 11th street bridge from the maryland line. all metro rail lines on time, guys, back to you. >> ♪ happening today the montgomery county board of education will meet to go over next year's school calendar. >> this stems from governor hogan's executive order last year to start school after labor day. anjali hemphill is believe from montgomery blair high school in silver spring with the latest on what could be big calendar changes. anjali? >> reporter: yeah, guys, this is going to be big talker for parents going forward. really throughout the state but certainly here in montgomery county which is the
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where the most students could be impacted. of course this is the second year in a row now the school districts throughout the state of maryland have had to come up way new yearly school calendar. this is, of course, after the governor mandated that all maryland schools must begin after labor day and close by june 15th. the school board here in montgomery county they will will be meeting later this afternoon to discuss several pro prove poles that are on the table. 91 of them finalized. there are several of them so without going into detail with every sip gel one i can just give you the headlines basically they are looking at proposals that could, a, shorten spring break, b corks take time off -- time off for jewish holidays could be in jeopardy and the third would be eliminating some of those teacher work days going into the school year. state law does require that students go to school for 180 days each school year. that includes three snow days as well all those regular holidays we're used
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thanksgiving, and christmas and stuff like that. but right now, the school board is having to consider other options of how to organize the school year because, again, they'll have to try to fit in within that criteria of labor day and june 15th. right now, they are looking at possibly shortening spring break from one entire week to maybe just a long weekend just a couple of days going into the weekend. or for the first time in 40 years they could look at eliminating some jewish holidays like rosh hashanah and john yom kippur. these are things that could certainly impact families. again this is going to affect vacation time. whether or not they'll be large absences on the jewish holidays if they choose that. they want the public to put their input in, reach out and say how they feel. you can go to the montgomery county school board website. there is a link there that shows you all the proposals that are on the table right now. but they also want to hear some other ideas. maybe that aren't list
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so they are recommending that again the school board will meet today. but this issue is going to be going forward for the next couple of weeks. all over the state really. so if you are interested in putting any of your input in, go to the montgomery county school board website there is a link there. we'll also have that on our website as well that's the latest here in silver spring, anjali hemphill, fox5 local news. >> anjali as a pan in the school system, we knew like what was going to happen is those spring break could be in jeopardy. it is interesting though about some of the holidays because as a non jewish family we do have some of the high holidays off as opposed to maybe kids just being excused or excused absence. so i think there is some wiggle room. those teacher days, maybe substitutes instead of in the classroom and the kids still go to school? >> reporter: certainly. i mean i think, again, the school board is
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all options right now. this is sort of a new territory for them. so they have come um with their own proposals but they want the public to weigh n those are good ideas that maybe they haven't considered, and so you should certainly, you know, weigh in on that if you have some of those and i'm sure there will be some public meetings going forward that parents can attend to also voice their concerns. >> okay. because i really do covet that spring break that's all i'm trying to say anjali. thanks so much. yeah. >> spring break is important not just for the students, parents too. >> it's interesting perhaps winter break and a spring break not based on religion necessarily. that should be for all of us. >> coming up, more and more women in hollywood speaking out against disgraced producer harvey weinstein but a fashion mogul who came to his defense is feeling the backlash this morning. >> major shake up in miami. coach with the dolphins resigns after that incriminating video. more on that coming up much it's 8:14. ♪
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>> 8:17. brighton our morning. >> you ready for joshua. >> let's do it. >> we have josh washington everybody. >> super strong. >> what? >> this young man has been working out vigorously. >> yes. and it shows. >> yes. three years old. mom says joshua loves two th things. the fox5 drew crew and police officers. >> all right. >> i think we know joshua
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going to be halloween. josh wants to be a police officer when he gross up. >> not just halloween. he wants to make eight career. >> love it. yes. that is the cutest thing in the world. >> were great smile. >> what great little uniform, right. >> i know. >> very official, too. >> joshua. >> built in as if he needed it just in case. >> exactly. >> we love your outfit joshua. >> cute little smile. >> we love the fact you watch every morning. we hope you're watching yourself right now. >> yeah, we do. if you are, good morning, jo joshua. >> hi. >> to send us your child's picture go to our facebook page fox5 d.c. and send it on in. >> all right. >> super day. >> let's do some weather. yes. >> 74 now in washington. we got a lot of warm temperatures across the eastern part of the country not just us in the mid atlantic but ought all wait up to boston well above normal. 69 in boston. before we leave for work you go out for the day you're like where is winter? i want to know where the cold. >> no. i didn't ask that. >> when is it going to get here. >> um-um. >> that's what you want to know. >> no thanks.
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show you but it's currently stuck. there we go. some reason not wanting to move whole lot. denver 30 degrees. they got an early season snow yesterday you talked about it. up to 6-inches. winter storm warnings in colorado. trough out to the west and correspondingly we are on the warm side of things on the eastern half of the country for few mr. days. today for us, we'll be partly sunny. very warm again. mid 80s. a little less humid than yesterday but still a late summer feel for us. i do want to mention it looks like rain showers moving through chicago right at game time. it's possible we could see baseball delays later this afternoon witness nats and the cubs. cooler for us tomorrow. get showers around here wednesday, thursday and friday. showers. won't be a rainout. >> we'll keep an eye on it. warm temperatures the rest of the week. thanks tuck. >> hi, err are inn. >> good morning, guys. 8:19. we'll start you off with breaking news out of northwest in the district. outbound new york avenue at new jersey avenue the intersection blocked there for your outbound co
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an ambulance and several emergency vehicles at location. metro bus parked and that is because of a big crash scene. and you can see the inbound traffic by new jersey avenue on new york avenue just completely stacked up with a rubberneck delay and just a ton of morning congestion. aside from as we hop over for look at disable vehicle 295 southbound at benning road reports of a crash north of 50 on 295 southbound. just before 50 so caution. it will take you 12 minutes to get from the maryland line down to the 11th street bridge. 295 southbound. in centreville we have a 66 eastbound crash blocking the shoulder after 28. we also have some heavy volume on the outer loop a crash after georgia avenue it will take you close to an hour to get from 95 to the 270 spur. crash on the outer loop by the dulles toll road. any questions at erin foss five d.c. on twitter. back to you guys. >> fashion diner donna karan clarifying some of the comments she made coming to the defense harvey weinstein. >> he was fired two days ago a mid dozen of accusations of sexual assault and harassment. yesterday donna
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friend of weinstein's said that his alleged victims might also be to blame saying that they were perhaps asking for trouble. >> today she's back headed ad pedaling on her comments saying they were taken out of context and she's truly sorry for offending anyone. not before getting a fire storm of backlash from social media. rose mcgowan lash out out at karen on twitter saying donna karan you are a deplorable a aiding an a betting all right moral crime. you are scum in fancy dress. >> miami dolphins one of the many comments. let's switch gear. chris forrester suddenly resigned on monday. announcement came only hours after video surfaced showing him snorting three lines of a white powdery substance that went viral. the 55 has been nfl assistant since 1992. and join the dolphins in miami just last year. when referring to the former mrs.
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use first lady. the president's first wife in the spit who are four comments during an interview on good morning america. ivana trump said she has a direct number to the white house, speaks witness president every two weeks, and said she is the quote real first lady. actual first lady melania trump not cool with the comments her communications director called it quote attention seeking and serve self-serving news. ivana is promoting her new book raising trump. >> i don't think it works that way. i think the first lady is the one that's married to the president. >> but she wants to be -- >> that's what she's -- >> referred to as otherwise. there you go. >> okay. still ahead, you have probably heard bobbing for apples what about swimming for pumpkins. we'll show you the pool side patch that has kids taking a d dip. pumpkin everything. ♪ ng. ♪♪
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what? >> little interesting. this is small town in mississippi putting a new spin on its pumpkin patch because they're doing it in the water. the new parks and rec department has floating pumpkins throughout the month familiar can you tell us jump in the pool to pick their favorite gored they get a chance to deck them out with all sorts of fun deck raises. instead of going to the pumpkin patch they're going to the pumpkin pool. >> hold up. do pumpkins float. >> in that video they do. >> they look like real pumpkins. >> they have high water content. i don't want to
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displacement theories here but i guess it makes sense that they float. >> that's a real pumpkin? >> those are real pumpkins. >> i think they pronounce it pumpkin. >> they are real pun kins. >> my bad. >> do you know, i know your minor was fiss sick. do pumpkins note it. >> appears they do, yeah. it makes sense they would, right? >> i guess. >> i mean as long as they don't get water in them. >> right. >> okay. floating pumpkin patch. >> something to talk about around the water cooler today. >> right. [ laughter ] >> 74 now in washington. got a mix clouds and sun in the forecast today. mid 80s for daytime highs. and what we're trying to do is pull down that humidity just a little bit. there's weak front coming through and as it gets further south and west i mean it's really weak, the air temperature won't be so much cooler but maybe less humidity, lower dew points today. we'll take it. 84. still a hot one for this time of year. average daytime high is 70. cooler tomorrow with showers around wednesday, thursday 49 day not rain out but definitely showers in the forecast. >> erin is back with more ro
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karma, tucker? for teasing you about your hairstyle. >> mine looks crazy right now. i decided to fix it. >> underneath i didn't get to straight then this part it was getting weird. >> oh, okay. >> having issues. >> good news for the commute in the district. in northwest a crash that was blocking the entire outbound stretch of new york avenue new jersey avenue moved over to the right shoulder and right lane. ambulance on location but traffic is getting by. camera got blurry but good news there. let's see if we can forward things along. this is the outer loop before the dulles toll road still dealing with a crash blocking that center median area. outer loop by new new hampshire avenue literally parked. a crash by georgia avenue from 95 to the spur. metro rails on time. keep it to fox5. we're going to be right back. b. did you know slow internet can actually hold your business back? say goodbye to slow downloads, slow backups, slow everything. comcast business offers blazing fast and reliable internet that's up to 16 times faster than slow internet from the phone company.
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what can you do with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 from dunkin'? settle a debt. make a friend. save the day. or keep 'em both for this handsome devil. with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 the future is in your hands. america runs on dunkin'. ♪ >> good looking start to the d day. blue sky in the clouds. good music. >> add bruno mars. little chunky and we're doing well. 8:30. i hate to get back to news. steve, we got to do it. >> give us a little break. i like it. >> all righty. here's a look at the top stories now that we're following this morning. just really horrible conditions out in california.ifornia. are missing or unaccounted for in series of wildfires out there. now, 15 fires are currently burning in eight counties across the state of california. state of emergency has been declared overnight
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and investigation underway this morning after young woman from maryland was shot and killed by a police officer in miami, florida. officials say 22-year-old cariann hithon from bowie crashed her black bmw into another car then drove off hitting another vehicle and when police arrived she tried to drive off again and drove right into a uniform police officer. that's when another officer fired at hithon. that officer has been placed on leave. the new york times reports that russian operatives likely spent tens of thousands on google ads to influence the 2016 election. the report says going bell found out while considering whether to testify before congress next month. facebook and twitter have already agreed to testify. u.s. intelligence agencies claim that russian president vladimir putin was behind a diss information campaign to help president trump within the election. time right now is 8:31. we've all her the saying breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right?
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research is back that up g skipping breakfast was linked with heart disease with light breakfast being tied to plaque formation. joining us now with more is our good friend dr. mike cirigliano. >> how are you. >> i'm doing fine. steve and allison how are you this fine morning. >> doing well. i'm curious washington did you have for breakfast today? >> i usually have a cashi bar because i drive in and i want some protein. i want a little bit of fat. a little bit of carbs and it keeps me full until lunch. and it's under 200 calories. i know how many calories i ate. and it will keep me full until lunch. now, i also have my cup of joe. so that's also good but i don't put heavy cream in there. that's what i do. >> nice healthy breakfast from the doctor. >> okay. >> what should we be eating or really is it just a question of we should be eating something in the morning? >> well, you should be eating something. this study found that if you missed breakfast on a consistent
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basis, you increase your risk of developing plaque. now how did they do that? they did ultrasounds on people to see if there was a progression over time to see if plaque was building up in their arteries. now, if you missed breakfast it doesn't directly cause plaque to build up. but it's a sign that your lifestyle is probably not what it should be. you have -- if you miss breakfast you probably aren't living right. you're missing other meals. you might be eating too much late at night. all of those bad behaviors come together and put you at risk. >> dr. mike, my question is this, because we're all early risers here, right? so if i wake up at 4:00 o'clock in the morning, do i have to eat like when i wake up? i know this is a personal question. but a lot of people work sort of off conventional hours. does it matter? >> well, you're a shift worker, allison. >> i know. >> you are a shift worker
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wake up. >> okay. >> have lunch, had a have dinner and most importantly, make sure that you go to bed at the same time and that room has to be dark. so that you, your brain thinks you're on a circadian rhythm. that's what you have to do. >> i do none them. >> we'll work on that. we'll work on that. >> yes, we will. we'll be better next time we chat. >> let's talk about the new shot right now. i heard a lot of people talking about season, et cetera but what's the tie in between your attitude and your flu shot? >> well, if you are happy and positive and not depressed and anxious, it actually will improve the immune response to that flu shot and this well known that depression, anxiety, stress, will make you sick. it decreases your immunity, and your ability to fight off infection. it also will decrease the response to
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so for the two of you, don't worry. be happy. >> i love that. choose happy. all right. >> you like that. >> i like it very much. you shall do a little song with that. i'm bet it would all the way to the top. >> yes. >> dr. mike, thanks very much. >> yes. love you guys. love you, love you. >> love you back. >> you take care. >> news you can use. i mean you got to try to get breakfast somehow. >> um-hmm. >> did you bring anything for me today. >> i'll get you something. >> tucker, over to you. >> typically how it works. ♪ i'm stressed about the nationals game so i'm not going to get the flu shot. i'm anxious and stressed. >> the last time you got a flu shot was seven years ago so you're good. >> right. >> exactly. [ laughter ] >> i should be fine. >> you're good. that strain is coming back this year. 74 in washington. we'll be in the mid 80s later today. let me mention chicago where we are looking at nats baseball later this afternoon showers in the forecast this afternoon so it's possible there could be delays there. won't be any delays around here weather wise. lookinat
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sun. very warm for this time of year. mid 80s again today. with i'm hoping a little less humidity. so -- here what's happening. weak front fading south 84 night and if we can get that just far enough south of us we may get our dew points down little bit. little more comfortable later today. although still on the warm side for this time of year. very warm side for this time of year. average daytime high 70. you can see we're 15 degrees above that later this afternoon. but i do think we'll keep it dry later. rain showers back in the forecast tomorrow. and thursday and friday. we'll look at that in detail in just a minute. yes. erin is back today and she's having fun. >> you know, i'm going to have fun for good day. >> what are you doing. >> heading out to the virginia wineries. >> oh, aren't they like two hours away. >> that's why i'm leaving after this hit tucker you won't see me again for the rest of the show. final hit of the hour. 109 to the local lane split it will take an hour and 18 min minutes. heavy traffic. by shady grove it's not ter terrible. stop gone traffic from
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into montgomery county. crash on the outer loop after van doren street. some delays leading from the springfield interchange to that point. give yourself a few extra minutes there. 395 big red zone look at that basically parked 43 minute drive just to get from the beltway to the 14th street bridge. a bird just flew through the camera there. it's just one of those days. as we move things over crash blocks zebra stripe area on the outer loop before the dulles toll road dealing with an outer loop crash blocking the shoulder by georgia avenue a look at the delay by new hampshire avenue from 95 to the 270 split it will take you close to an hour there. eastwest high school dealing with congestion. because it's bail out traffic from trying to avoid that outer loop delay from college park. outer loop the off-ramp to arena drive a crash blocking shoulder. outer loop crash by pennsylvania avenue blocking the shoulder. 50 inbound jams from two steer to 295 and look at this in the district. really heavy traffic inbound new york avenue completely jams up to new jersey avenue. and then we're also dealing with earlier crash on the
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side. something helping to direct traffic. all outbound lanes blocked but inbound side so heavy right now. 295 southbound earlier disable vehicle by benning road from maryland down to the 11th street bridge it's 13 minute drive. accident reported just before 50 but that just cleared all metro rail lines on time. get an early start a lot of delays out there, guys back to you. >> erin have a safe drive. see you gone day. >> thank you. still ahead major makeover in the skies take look at the new up grades coming to american airlines flights. >> second hand shopping with twist. we'll show was american eagle is doing to incorporate recycled fabrics in brand new items. ♪ ♪♪
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comfort so if you're on long flights in first business or premium economy just eliminating me from all these options. >> i don't remember any bedding recently. >> if you're on first class -- >> oh, that's why. >> or premium economy you'll get duvet pillow, pajamas and slippers if you're like the rest of us in coach you'll have the person next to you pillow on roar shoulder and say can i please have my own space to myself. >> as long as they're new slippers. maybe i'll spring one day for the upgraded seat while my family is in the back. >> american eagle making clothes from recycled fabric. retailer teaming up with clothing company called italia and repairs. >> sounds fancy. i don't think that i -- um-hmm. that's wait looks like to me. together they'll make clothes from cutting floor scraps and excess products that would have otherwise ended up in landfills this into new. we've seen this before. now american eagle is doing it. >> that's good. though. >> the brand says each piece is one of a kind hand stitch
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effort to cut down on waste. >> there you go. >> i'm all for it. >> i'm all for cutting down on waste. let's check in with holly and maureen find out what's coming in 17 minutes on good day. hi, ladies. >> good morning to both of you. good day today. c all over the local developing stories including the death of a maryland woman shot and killed by police in florida. questions growing over what happened. >> we are also following breaking news in california. several dead, wildfires literally consuming everything in its path. we'll get update from the scene. >> plus nats fans, this is it. showdown in chicago that could make or break them. show what's the game plan? we go live to fox5's grant paulsen. >> we need to score more runs in chicago. >> that's the plan. you know what time it is. let's go up and put up that good day guest list. hollywood hunk alert. don't miss kevin mccarthy and his one-on-one with chris hemsworth about his latest thor movie. >> also kevin will be in life with some of the cast of the walking dead and sharing the special reason why they are in town today.
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sounds of the band shade as they perform live in the loft. oh, guess what? it is national cake decorating day. so the pros from pro cakes are going to share some simple tricks with us. >> all right. your number one good day d.c. all two hours of it just ahead. >> we look forward it to, ladies. thank you so much. >> also just ahead the new star wars trailer is finally out and a lot of people are talking bow that this morning. kev is here with a look at that and more next in this morning's fox beat. ♪ ♪♪
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uld like to see abortion be banned. if ed gillespie would like to see abortion banned, i would like to see i would like to see i would like to see that ed gillespie never becomes governor.
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♪ it does feel good. it is 73 degrees out there 8:46. what a beautiful sky this morning. tuck, when you have all those skies like that, just like cover. what does that mean exactly we're in the having any rain today, right? >> no. we've got weak front coming through. >> okay. >> and so elevation there's couple different cloud layers there. that's why it looks kind of dramatic like that. very pretty. >> hey, bottom line we're trying get little less humidity in here which would be fantastic. yesterday was to say the least a sticky day. and we're going to keep the warm temperatures in the forecast with kind of a partly -- what we saw the live shot what we can expect today. partly sunny day today. 74 now washington. kev i thought you were in la. you all of a sudden show up. >> 66 in gaithersburg. 70 in culpeper. ut-oh. >> 72 in -- thanks, that's sweet. 72 in fredericksburg and in
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dew points these numbers above 70, and we all feel it. feels sticky. you sweat when you go to the mailbox that kind of thing. we're trying to get slightly drier air in here and what's been happening a weak front has been fading down to the south and to the south and west overnight here, and i think it will be little bit more comfortable as far as dew points later today. but we still have mix of clouds and sun and still unseasonably warm. once again our average daytime high this time of year about 70. we'll be in the mid 80s ten, 15 degrees above average temperature wise. future cast, let's see what we can find together. clouds out there later this afternoon again mix of clouds and sun. there might be a sprinkle if you're out in the mountains to the west. let me mention quickly it does look like there will be showers in chicago right in time for game time later this afternoon we two will have showers around tomorrow morning. showers moving back in from the south and west tomorrow morning as we get warm front moving through and we'll keep showers in the forecast tomorrow. in fact thursday and friday we'll have showers around
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well. plan accordingly. i don't think it will be wash out but a little wet. 84 today. cooler weather finally gets in here by tomorrow. a little more fall like, wednesday, thursday and friday. nothing terrible. you can see we bounce back to 80 by the weekend. >> that's the weather update and a special visit from kev. all in at once. >> who could ask for anything more? who could ask for anything more? [ laug >> laugh happening today, the montgomery county council plans to vote on a bill that would give more detailed guidelines to airbnb rentals. new legislation would address some of the concerns of residents living near the rental locations. so in past airbnb renters would be limited to the number of people staying in a home that number would be six adults. it would also require at least one off street parking spot for guests. >> that's challenge in at love places. >> yeah. >> heartbreak are to the nationals in the windy city. it's not over yet. we know it but yesterday man they had every chance to win what a great game for max scherzer. pitched no hitter not seventh inning but the
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falling off. the nats were up one to nothing. cub tied it in the seventh and plated the winning run in the eighth so nats now trail the best of five division series two games to one. they will play again today game four set to start around 5:30 this afternoon in chicago. although, tuck says there's a chance of rain so keep an eye out for any rain showers that might delay the start of that game today. queue the music. >> ♪ >> oh wow. >> hit it steve. >> steven and allison. i like it. >> what's going on. >> we haven't seen never while. >> good to see you guys a lot going on this morning. i just got back from la last night around midnight. >> you look amazingly rest. >> here's the thing i actually missed the star wars trailer as it aired and by the way -- >> let me tell you what happened. >> i know. i've seen it now. oh i've watch it since i landed. >> right. >> but the -- i know it aired later on in the game. >> yes. half time i think. >> i was flying home from la i landed around midnight i think it aired around maybe like 10:0e 11:00 something here. before we get to that this morning i'm heading down to the smithsonian the
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actually having artifacts from the show. >> so cool. >> inducted into the smithsonian very much like breaking bad. we'll there be covering that event. >> awesome. >> tune into good day da at 10:30 i'll be live from that. the cast will be darrell if you're fan of the cast he play and chris hemsworth coming on the show this morning. i talked to him yesterday in la. >> star wars -- >> how much have you disectioned this trailer. >> it's awesome. i've actually only watched it once. >> it's been a crazy turn ar around. let's take look at the biggest moment in the trailer we'll talk about what things have been displayed. watch this. >> okay. > this is not going to go eye the way you think. fulfill your destiny. ♪ &-úy plac
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yay! >> here's why that's a big moment. is ray going to the dark side? if you watched the force awakens obviously you saw kyla ren kill his father hans so low and somewhere in this trailer you do also get an implication that he's trying to kill carrie fisher his mother as well. carrie fisher obviously in this film. it is an incredible trailer. ryan johnson opened this movie it opens up december 15th of this year. i love how the trailer just gives you more questions. who is the last jedi and ryan johnson keeps saying that jokingly saying it's luke. no one knows for sure who it is. is it a plural thing? is it a singular thing? we'll see what happens. this december. mark hamil looks i was m very dark trailer. very similar to the darkness saw in the empire strikes back. but it really really well done trailer and i think everybody was freaking out last night when it aired during monday night football. i'm very happy wit
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you guys have thoughts? >> what did you -- >> i missed the best part. >> the porg. >> they're coming in. chewbacca knew friend. give it a second here. >> we'll let it roll. >> let it roll. it's star wars, why not? they're coming up soon. you'll see it. >> okay. >> we'll point out when we see it pop up. >> maybe he does his awesome noise. >> here he is. wait. the response -- >> look. >> okay, here we go. >> is this it. >> it's coming right here. >> right after this. >> i love how we're just sitting here watching this. >> come on. >> oh, no. >> it's after this. >> i must not have put that in there. >> it was right after that. >> we had to watch it four times to find it. right after you see chewbacca you see his new friend. >> porg. >> super cute. after watching it now, what makes you more excited about the film? >> i actually am very interested in seeing ray possibly go to the dark side. >> i think that's an interesting element. >> does she show
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is bad. >> we'll see what happens. i'm sure she knows he killed hans so local. >> does she know he killed hans solo. >> didn't they fight. >> clearly she's going to the dark side. >> they fought at end of the episode seven before we move on, ashton kutcher and mila kunis, kunis has been doing press for her movie bad moms, two and she made a statement that i think is interesting. she said that they're not going to be giving their kids christmas presents and i found this interesting. she said quote so far our tradition is no presents for the kids. we're instituting it this year because when the kids are younger, one, it doesn't really matter, and last year when we celebrated christmas wry wyatt was two and it was too much. we didn't give her anything it was the grandparents the kids no longer appreciate the one gift. they don't even know what they're expecting they're just expecting stuff. >> i think that's just kids. >> i completely agree with this. >> when i was growing up i was spoiled, my brother and i got to point we would go, all right, you gotten gifts. >> right. >> i got 11. i mean like -th
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get 11. >> the gift you're living in a house, you're being raised, you're getting food. >> you understand that now. >> as an adult i do. as kid i'm like give me more. give me more. >> santa claus does what he wants, ps and let's leave it right there. >> yes exactly. santa claus is the one bringing the gifts. maybe he can bring one instead of ten. >> that's right. okay. >> thanks, kev. good to see you. >> thanks guys. have fun is the smithsonian. walking dead, baby. >> we'll take a quick break. more after this. >> walking dead.
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♪ yes! [ applause ] >> time to say hell local oh our facebook fans. day. good morning to you. ms. brenda purvis wilson or shall i say queen purvis wilson. she she celebrated her 70th birthday yesterday. >> that's i was m happy be lated birthday. you are amazing. >> she's been a fans of fox5 for long time enjoys watching everybody in the morning and at night. she appreciates whenever we write to us we always respond thank you so much for all the love. hope awed fantastic birthday. >> love it. >> sending you the best wishes from all of us. >> do you have any family in charleston, south carolina? my best friend's name was purvis. >> is that right. >> yeah. kind of looks like her. >> it's a small world. >> it's small word. >> tucker, double duty. >> erin took off so i'm going to do traffic.
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normally you're over who. >> roadways are looking a lot better ever since i got in charge. what about the forecast? >> careful. >> i'll hurt myself. >> okay. >> hey, tuck. >> hi. what's going on with weather. >> seven day forecast couldn't look nicer. today will be hot. 84. play along, will you. >> awesome job. >> rain showers back in the forecast tomorrow and 70s. but look at our weekend forecast right back near 80. where is fall? where is fall? >> tucker, in case anybody doesn't tell you today you're super weird and i love it. >> thank you allison. >> all right. >> we'll see you for good day next. ♪ next. what can you do with two bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches for $5 from dunkin'? settle a debt. make a friend. save the day.
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♪ straight ahead, fast-moving flames tearing through california. this morning, at least ten people are dead, 100 more are missing and more than 100 homes are gone. now first responders are working around the clock to try to get those fires under control. a young woman from bowie, maryland, shot and killed by miami beach police over the weekend. i'm melanie alnwick with reaction from her family. within or go home. the washington nationals on the bring of elimination after losing game three in the windy city. now manager dusty baker is facing backlash from fans after some controversial calls including pulling ace max scherzer that may have led to the loss. ♪


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